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I keep on hearing that its a noob gun and stuff, but really i just cant see how it is.... Is it truly a newb gun?

And now about the trigger....I would like to make the trigger closer to the grip so that i can shoot faster....How would i go about doing that?

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Since the bps is set at 13, can it ever overachieve 13?
 

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Well since most of the first entry people usually gets a spyder... it's considered a noob marker. It's a decent marker to get. It has low maintence compared to higher markers like the cocker and few others.

You can't make the trigger frame go closer to the reg. Only the amg is made that way. If you want it that way... you'll have to make a whole new frame for it.

The max bps is stated by the board itself. If you get an upgrade like the t-board or the other one i forgot the name of it... anyways so no you can't overachieve the board's settings
 

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its considered a newb gun because its cheap. In reality its probably one of the best guns FOR THE MONEY INVESTED you can get. in reality there not marking up much over what they cost to make. its an ok gun, and in a GOOD players hands is all anyone needs (especialy with some upgrades), but is a bit inadequate for most players needs. im tearing mine down for parts at the moment, but later on im gonna build a spimmy out of it :)(btw that was NOT my first gun, there was no such thing at that time as e-spyders........crap there werent but a few eguns period then.....i traded it to get the board(to test my mag project with) and to get the body for a spimmy conversion))
 

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Some people consider it a newb gun because of its cost, and operation. Sure, it's electronic, but it's also a blow-back marker, which aren't exactly high-end. I respect Spyders, they have plenty of potentional to be good preforming markers.

As for the trigger, yes there are ways to make the trigger as you said, closer to the grip frame. This is called shortening your trigger pull. Some guns have a setting you can tweak, whereas others, you need to mod yourself. Either way, it's very possible..

Finally, the bps cap. Every electronic frame has a computer board in it. The stock board for the Imagine is only capable of reaching 13bps. If you ever wish to achieve higher rates of fire, there are upgrade boards available, such as the T-Board, which allows upcapped rate of fire.
 

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I'm gona be nice and tell you HOW to shorten your trigger pull since everybody else just mentioned that it can be done (y'all are jerks:))

take off youre trigger frame by removing the 2 screws that hold it on. no pull teh trigger a couple times and see what moves. Pretty neat hu? that's what you just spent half your money on...anyways...see the small screw that is in the trigger(on top)? when you screw this out and put the frame back on it makes the pull shorter.(cuz the screw hits the mottom on the marker frame and pushes the trigger backwards.) all you ogtta do is loosen the screw and put the frame back on, if it's too close or too far take it off agian and adjust it. Simple as that.
 

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With the 05' LCD, all you need to do is adjust the screw that rests against the back of trigger frame, and the screw in the top of the trigger itself, and a hair trigger is achived. I have mine set so light, it goes off if you fart on it.
 

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It's XSF... it's damn over priced junk IMO. fugly eye covers too but it does its job
 

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PBNewbie69 said:
If you ever wish to achieve higher rates of fire, there are upgrade boards available, such as the T-Board, which allows upcapped rate of fire.
the T-Board is capped at 38, just to let you know :yum
 

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no... now it's uncapped
 
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